Roseville, MN 7 Car Crash Leaves 1 Dead
At 4 p.m. today, a minivan crashed into a line of vehicles stopped at a red light, setting off a chain reaction. In total, seven vehicles where involved in the crash. One woman died and the driver of the minivan is in critical condition at Regions Hospital, St. Paul.
According to Roseville Police, six vehicles were heading west on County Road C and stopped for a red light at Snelling Avenue. A white minivan, also heading west and driven by a man who is suspected of having a medical problem, approached at a high rate of speed and was not able to stop.
The first vehicle that was hit by the van was being driven by a woman from Montrose. That woman died at the scene.
The Roseville Police and Minnesota State Patrol were on the scene. The accident will be reconstructed and investigated. Alcohol is not suspected in the crash. Names of victims have not been released.
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